Health officials monitoring rise of COVID-19 cases in NH, race to vaccinate continues – WMUR Manchester

State authorities have actually said they are closely monitoring the increase in COVID-19 cases in New Hampshire.The state is working to get as many individuals vaccinated as possible to help stop the spread of the virus.”Officials stated although it is encouraging that more individuals are getting vaccinated, the rise in cases and hospitalizations reveal we are not out of the woods yet.Sununu said while hospitalizations are also up, they remain workable. Authorities said there are no plans for another mass vaccination website.

State authorities have said they are closely monitoring the increase in COVID-19 cases in New Hampshire.The state is working to get as many individuals vaccinated as possible to assist stop the spread of the infection.”Officials stated although it is motivating that more people are getting immunized, the rise in hospitalizations and cases show we are not out of the woods yet.Sununu stated while hospitalizations are likewise up, they stay workable.”Officials said although it is encouraging that more people are getting vaccinated, the increase in cases and hospitalizations show we are not out of the woods yet.Sununu said while hospitalizations are likewise up, they remain manageable. Officials stated there are no strategies for another mass vaccination site.

MANCHESTER, N.H.– State officials have actually stated they are closely keeping an eye on the increase in COVID-19 cases in New Hampshire.The state is working to get as numerous individuals immunized as possible to help stop the spread of the infection. Officials hosted a 3rd mass vaccination website this weekend at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Theres still total a high quantity of COVID-19 circulating in the state,” stated Dr. Beth Daly, chief of the Bureau of Infectious Disease Control.”Officials stated although it is encouraging that more people are getting immunized, the rise in hospitalizations and cases reveal we are not out of the woods yet.Sununu said while hospitalizations are likewise up, they remain manageable. Authorities said there are no plans for another mass vaccination site.